This might surprise you, but Kenya is one of the global suppliers of big fashion brands in America.
We expect to see Algeria, Egypt, and Nigeria leading African gas and LNG flows to Europe. This seems like a natural progression.
DoctorAI is a HealthTech and Artificial Intelligence-based company, officially registered in November 2021, founded by two Rwandans medical doctors ,Dr. Kevin MURAGIJIMANA & Dr. David NDAYISHIMIYE.
The project aims to expose women to critical financial and expertise training integral to support the scaling of their businesses
Rawbank et l’African Guarantee Fund renforcent leur partenariat dédié aux PME à hauteur de 45 millions de dollars.
Nigeria and Ghana conclude first successful transaction through the Pan-African Payment and Settlement System
PAPSS allows African importers to make real-time payments to suppliers, by eliminating the need to convert the amount to be transferred to their counterparts in a third (hard) currency first, such as US dollars or Euros.
Analysis by blockchain data platform Chainalysis has revealed that Africa’s crypto market is growing faster than anywhere else in the world.
A bulk of East African countries’ electricity comes from renewables. Yet the region’s transport sector relies entirely on imported petroleum fuels.
Seeing that financial tools, such as bank accounts are vital for the upliftment out of poverty, it is also concerning to see that women make up 56% of all unbanked adults globally. In Kenya, for instance, two-thirds of unbanked adults are women.
In its financial report filed with the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), UBA reported a 12.3% rise in Profit Before Tax to close at $318.4 million compared to $283.7million recorded at the end of the third quarter of 2021, while Profit After Tax also rose significantly by 10.9% to $266.6 million up from $240.4 million recorded a year earlier, thus sustaining its annualised return on average equity for Q3 2022 at 19.2%.
Standard Bank Group, of which Stanbic Bank Zambia is a member, has stated that R50 billion has been set aside for renewable energy projects over the next three-years across all its operating regions.
The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency of the World Bank Group (MIGA) has guaranteed an equity investment by an additional investor to help upgrade Kenya’s national roads network.
A combination of rapidly evolving technology and the restrictions imposed by the COVID -19 pandemic has resulted in nothing short of a revolution in the online money transfer sector.
Lancement du plateforme AELP Link dans le cadre du projet d'intégration des marchés de capitaux africains
L'AELP a lancé la plateforme AELP Link dans le cadre du projet d’'intégration des marchés de capitaux africains qui vise à faciliter les transactions transfrontalières et la libre circulation des capitaux sur le continent africain.
Le Bureau de mise à niveau des entreprises (BMN) et Afriland First Bank ont signé une convention de collaborationqui va bénéficie des entreprises admises au Programme national de mise à niveau (PNMAN).
GivTrade s’installe officiellement à Abidjan pour donner les meilleures solutions financières , ainsi que la construction de relations durables basées sur la confidentialité, la confiance et la transparence.
Jennifer Feaster is a Managing Partner at Age Africa, an agency that combines data and creativity to develop performance driven YouTube channels, with unique content optimized for success.
BOAD et DBSA signent un protocole d’accord de partenariat en faveur de la coopération inter-régionale.
La signature entre la BOAD, la Banque Ouest Africaine de Développement et DBSA, Development Bank of Southern Africa témoigne de la volonté de la BOAD de s’inspirer de l’expérience des autres banques multilatérales sur les sujets relatifs aux questions d’inclusion en Afrique.
La Banque africaine de développement, la BERD et l’AFD lancent un outil pour aider les entreprises privées et publiques à améliorer la prise en compte de la dimension de genre.
The global IT skills shortage is real and not going away. According to a May 2022 McKinsey report, an overwhelming majority of companies worldwide (87%) are aware that they either already have a skills gap or will have one within a few years.